Harlem based, 'Lulu Lewis' hurl you into a Western and neo-noir late-night film.
It's not hard to envision the gritty guitar tones, Chris Isaak-y 'Heart Shaped World' album melodies and the velvety vocals against some black and white shots.
Their single 'All Just Pretending' is an "electrifying commentary on womanhood, individuality and the struggle that can ensue while trying to stay true to oneself in the face of adversity, be it personal or societal."
Its anthem-like, rock sensibilities are upheld by Dylan Hundley's impassioned vocals, reminding us that we don't need to rely on others when we have ourselves.
Her styling interchanges from an almost growling, vehement tone to a more hushed, quietly confident tone as she echoes,
"I can do this on my own"
Add some 60s inspired melodies, those always pleasing drawn out organ notes and some punk, distorted guitars and you have the rousing Lulu Lewis sound.